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Amy Tarte joins NVFC as Director of Health and Safety

Published on 20 July 2010
Amy previously worked for the city of Alexandria where she coordinated the Medical Reserve Corps program
Amy Tarte will boost the working of NVFC's Health and Safety machinery

Amy previously worked for the City of Alexandria where she coordinated the Medical Reserve Corps program (a sister program of Fire Corps) and served as the emergency preparedness and response coordinator.

Amy Tarte has joined the NVFC team as the Director of Health and Safety. In this role, she will be the point of contact for the NVFC's health and safety initiatives, including the Heart-Healthy Firefighter Program.

Amy previously worked for the City of Alexandria where she coordinated the Medical Reserve Corps program (a sister program of Fire Corps) and served as the emergency preparedness and response coordinator. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Public Health from George Washington University. Amy is a volunteer firefighter with the Stonewall Jackson (VA) Volunteer Fire Department and serves as the department's Volunteer Fire Service Health and Safety Technician. She plays the bagpipes and has participated in the annual Fallen Firefighters' Memorial. 

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